Here are some important events to mark in your calendars:
Thursday October 18, 2012
Each CIS school is asked to send a representative.
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Location: The Sterling Hall School
Send agenda items to email@example.com
CITE Department Heads' Meeting Followed by Social for ALL CITE Teachers
Tuesday February 12, 2013
Details to follow
InCITE 2013 Writing Competition
Open to all CIS students in grades 7 to 12. The 2012 InCITE publication can still be purchased for $15 by emailing Ellen Palmer Epalmer@appleby.on.ca
Using Google Earth, spin the globe, stop it on a random destination, and zoom in for a closer look! Use this location as the setting for your writing. Feel free to fictionalize beyond what can be seen through Google Earth. You might be a resident of the location you have landed upon, a visitor from another country, or a tourist from another planet. You are limited only by your own creativity, but be consistent with the details you see through Google Earth. Please be sure to include the exact coordinates as a subtitle to your submission, so that readers can travel to your destination to see the location that inspired your writing.
Please send us your top entry for each of the following grades:
Grades 7-8, Grades 9-10, Grades 11-12.
1st, 2nd and 3rd place cash prizes for each age group will be awarded.
Student entries should fit one of the following categories:
Poetry (up to120 lines); Short Story, Personal Essay, or Dramatic Scene (up to 1200 words).
Prizes will be awarded at each grade level: $100 (First place), $75 (Second), $50 (Third).
Please encourage artwork submissions related to the theme as well!
The best artwork submitted will be featured on the cover and will win a prize!
All submissions should be sent to Claire Pacaud (firstname.lastname@example.org). A representative from each school should send that school’s entries individually as separate file attachments. The filename of the document should indicate the school and grade. In the file itself, include the work’s title, the student's name, grade, and school.
The submission deadline is March 1, 2013.
Jennifer D. Klein, Plenary Speaker of the CITE 2013 conference, has generously produced this year’s prompt. Jennifer comes to us via World Leadership School with a wealth of experience in both local and international classrooms. She is the Director of Educational Development for the Research Journalism Initiative (RJI), an educational non-profit that facilitates creative expression among Palestinian young people and the use of their media projects in American classrooms. She holds a BA from Bard College and an MA from the University of Colorado at Boulder, both in Literature and Creative Writing. She has taught college and high school English both in North and Central America. Jennifer has an extensive background in curriculum development and experiential, project-based learning.
2013 CITE Conference
SAVE THE DATE: Saturday April 20, 2013
Appleby College School
Details to follow
Claire Pacaud - CITE Communications Officer